The Power Team of Grand Forks

Anthony Morando

General Manager
Anthony Morando started his coaching career as a graduate assistant strength coach at Boston College from 2006 to 2008. There, he assisted the coach, implemented training programs and upgraded nutrition and performance programs. Later, Morando became the head strength and conditioning coach at Boston University for the men’s hockey and women’s golf programs from 2011 until 2015. In addition to his Boston University athletes, Morando managed and trained professional hockey players during the summer months and ran an annual camp in August. He was also a strength and conditioning coach for over six years at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning. In 2014, Morando spent time with the San Jose Sharks during their development camp. He and his wife, Monique, reside in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and have two boys.

Amanda Leavy

Physical Therapist
Amanda Leavy graduated from the University of North Dakota (UND) in 2006 with her doctorate in physical therapy. Leavy comes to Sanford POWER with 15 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy. She is a strength and conditioning specialist, board-certified in sports physical therapy and certified in the Graston Technique. She has been a mentor for the University of North Dakota sports physical therapy residency since 2017. Her professional interests include working with active individuals and athletes of all ages and helping them reach their full potential. Leavy enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys, doing CrossFit, running and watching UND hockey.

Kyle Casillas

Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Kyle Casillas, Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Sanford POWERKyle Casillas spent over eight years in the United States Marine Corps, where he served as an infantryman in a light armored reconnaissance battalion on three deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also spent three years as a combat instructor in tactics, weapon employment and physical training. Casillas has spent time coaching the football program at the University of Hawaii, worked independently at a private performance facility in Kailua, Hawaii, worked as a performance specialist at an EXOS facility and most recently coached remotely for Future, a fitness app. He has experience coaching a wide array of populations such as youth, general population, high school, military and collegiate athletes, as well as elite NFL and NHL athletes.

Marina O’Leary

Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Marina O'Leary, Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Sanford POWERMarina O’Leary earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of St. Thomas in 2019. She’s currently working on her doctor of physical therapy degree at the University of North Dakota and will graduate in spring 2023. She is a performance specialist certified coach. Before coming to Sanford POWER, O’Leary interned at EXOS in summer 2018 at Altru Sports Advantage. She then worked as a performance specialist at Altru Sports Advantage for over a year. While there, O’Leary worked with various populations from high school athletes, adult athletes, youth athletes and everyone in between.


Matt McCreary

Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Matt McCreary, Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Sanford POWERMatt graduated from UND with his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Kinesiology. During his undergrad he was a student-athlete on the Track and Field team, where he competed as a 400m hurdler. He previously worked at UND’s Student Wellness Center where he was a Personal Trainer and Fitness Specialist. Matt also served as an assistant Track and Field coach for the Grand Forks Central boys and girls teams, primarily coaching the hurdle events. He also led the YMCA’s Sports Acceleration program that focused on strength, speed, and agility training. Matt is from Grand Forks and enjoys watching movies, playing chess, and cooking in his free time.

Josh Klabunde, PT, DPT

Josh graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2013 with a doctorate in physical therapy. He has been employed at Sanford since 2013 with an emphasis on outpatient orthopedics, musculoskeletal conditions, and sports injuries. He has advanced training in functional movement and golf training through the Gray Institute. He is also an ASTYM certified provider, Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, and is trained in Integrative Dry Needling. His professional interests include examination and evaluation of sports medicine and orthopedic patients, educating athletes, parents, and students, as well as further advancement in golf training and treatment of the injured golfer. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, hunting, hiking, reading, exercise, travel, and time with family and friends.

Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson

Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davison, Sanford POWER Grand ForksJocelyne earned her undergraduate and Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of North Dakota while playing for the women’s hockey team as a student athlete. Jocelyne is a three time Olympian and Olympic gold medalist. While playing for Team USA she was the head strength coach for UND Women’s hockey and continued to coach youth athletes and adults in the Grand Forks community. Jocelyne resides in Grand Forks with her husband, Brent, and their two kids.